2010 Bellarmine Wines Pemberton Pinot Noir

6 x 750 ml Bottles | RRP: $24.00 | Cracka Rating: 5/53


Producer: Bellarmine Wines Type: Red Varietal: Pinot Noir Region: Pemberton, WA


RRP: $26.50
Our Price: $21.00 /Bottle
Sold in cases of 12 bottles (750 ml)
Case Price: $252.00
2010 Bellarmine Wines Pemberton Pinot Noir CrackaWines James Halliday 94
  • Colour: Medium red Nose: Complex aromas of cherries, strawberry and subtle spicy oak. Palate: Layers of dark berry fruit on the palate with some spice supported by fine tannins. Style: Medium bodied dry red Pinot Noir.

    Awards:

    Ray Jordan, wine journalist for the West Australian newspaper wrote of this wine "it is a fine demonstration of the strengths of this variety in Pemberton."

    Bronze medal at the Qantas Wine Show of WA.

    2007 Bellarmine Pinot Noir 91 points by James Halliday “Clear and bright colour; while relatively light-bodied, has very good varietal fruit expression in a red and black cherry range; subtle oak and superfine tannins.”

    2005 Bellarmine Pinot Noir 90/100 - James Halliday
    Cracka Wine Rating100
  • Colour: Medium red Nose: Complex aromas of cherries, strawberry and subtle spicy oak. Palate: Layers of dark berry fruit on the palate with some spice supported by fine tannins. Style: Medium bodied dry red Pinot Noir.

    Awards:

    Ray Jordan, wine journalist for the West Australian newspaper wrote of this wine "it is a fine demonstration of the strengths of this variety in Pemberton."

    Bronze medal at the Qantas Wine Show of WA.

    2007 Bellarmine Pinot Noir 91 points by James Halliday “Clear and bright colour; while relatively light-bodied, has very good varietal fruit expression in a red and black cherry range; subtle oak and superfine tannins.”

    2005 Bellarmine Pinot Noir 90/100 - James Halliday
  • James Halliday says:

    Very good colour, verging on ruby; the bouquet is highly aromatic and strongly varietal, its promise fulfilled on the palate. Here there is a mix of cherry, plum and spice set in a savoury, forest floor spectrum; thanks to the depth of the primary fruit, these characters simply add to the appeal of the wine.

    Best Drinking: 2017
    17 July
    94

    James Halliday says:

    Very good colour, verging on ruby; the bouquet is highly aromatic and strongly varietal, its promise fulfilled on the palate. Here there is a mix of cherry, plum and spice set in a savoury, forest floor spectrum; thanks to the depth of the primary fruit, these characters simply add to the appeal of the wine.

    Best Drinking: To 2017
    94

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